The most interesting story about Sujan is that he is one of the Survivors and saviors of the Annapurna Blizzard 2014. He not only saved his life and his clients but also succeeded in saving nearly a dozen of international trekkers who their guides and porters had deserted. His survivor's story was broadcasted by the Wall Street Journal and the Israeli Channel 12, respectively.
Born in the lap of the majestic Ganesh Himal Ranges in the early '90s, Sujan Pandey started his career in the Nepalese tourism industry in 2009 AD. Despite his parents' disagreement, he completed his School Leaving Certificate (SLC) from Dhading and migrated to Kathmandu for higher studies.
In the beginning, he went through a very hard time as he couldn't get any support from his parents. However, one of his uncles, who had already been working in the trekking industry, helped him experience Annapurna Circuit Trek with a couple of international trekkers. Although it was the very first trek of his life, he did it without any difficulty. Thus, he realized that he was born to experience something adventurous in life. So, he started working in the trekking industry of Nepal.
Although he took a break for almost a year, he heard the mountain calling him again and again. So, he rejoined the tourism industry and has been involved in it untiringly till
the date. After surviving the Annapurna Blizzard 2014, he decided to continue his study that was halted due to his personal problem.
Now, Sujan has passed a Bachelor's Degree of Arts in Photo.
Journalism and has been doing his Master's Degree.
Moreover, Sujan has started Himalayan Connection Treks & Expedition Pvt. Ltd. since 2020. His company motto is to serve national and international clients with the best facilities at a reasonable cost. Sujan's trekking agency is located at Thamel, a tourist hub of the Kathmandu Valley.
He loves doing adventurous trips and helping other experience the memorable journey in the Himalayas. He likes meeting people from all around the world to not only exchange culture but also contribute to promoting Nepalese culture and tourism across the world.